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    dyno flow engines

    I would not buy from them. I bought a 532 short block ford and it leaks oil. Talked to dyno flow and they don't care. So don't waste your money.... :evil:

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    Sorry you got screwed but if you go to the scammers section of this forum you would of saved thousands because its not the first time they hosed someone.
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    i would have no issues buying parts from them and having my engine guy tolerance the parts together..but i feel this way about most engine builders,"We all have our Favorite"..mine happens to be PAR.


    Comet be a little more descriptive..."leaking Oil" could mean many things, not soo much a poor engine build or that you got screwed...lets be real here !


    just be fair and tell all of it if your gonna tell it..


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    I thought all engines leaked oil! Maybe just mine, haha.

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    the engine is going to my engine builder i will post more info after we tear it down. what i mean by an oil leak it is about a quart out the back side of the motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w54866comet
    the engine is going to my engine builder i will post more info after we tear it down. what i mean by an oil leak it is about a quart out the back side of the motor.
    a quart in the span of a year ?? or the span of 30 seconds ??? Big difference !!!!...Still not enough Info here......

    Please post the facts when you find them. One thing i have seen over the years that poses a problem other then a scammer is someone who jumps to conclusions way too quick.

    we are here to listent to your case ...just get the facts before you start burning someone up......thats all.
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    in the span of 30 sec. i will know more in a week. thanks

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    well i got engine back from the shop and he found the rear main seal in backwards. so check the their work. thanks for reading. end of discussion. :?: :?:

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    You know when you said that it is dumping oil out the back of the engine the first thing that popped into my head was the rear main seal. I would have told you to have that checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkaDirka
    You know when you said that it is dumping oil out the back of the engine the first thing that popped into my head was the rear main seal. I would have told you to have that checked.
    Wow,good call.I would have checked the timing cover crank seal. :wink:


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